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Originally Posted by Casey 1988 View Post
Nope I first would make a midrange with Magnet wing. I would use the Buzz top to a Magnet wing, making basically a slow Buzz midrange/putter hybrid.

Second I would try to make Impact again but seeing as how that would most likely fail, then get Discraft to make the Glide in ESP, big Z, Z FLX in that order of which plastic I really want for it if Discraft still makes that mold. I feel a mold with that shallow a rim that is also that narrow needs to be in a grip type plastic, not Z where the plastic can come stiff and slick in some runs.

Third try and see if the Wasp can be made in more plastic then just Z, at least ESP if not first choice X.
My type writer might need a new ribbon. Slow down on all this history im still catching up from when your ex brother in law showed your dad that old 2 chain magnet and made it a 4 chain plus did the rim mods.
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